Is your partner cheating? Find out with a £3.50 Tinder-busting app

New App will allow people to check if their partner is cheating. Picture: Getty Images
New App will allow people to check if their partner is cheating. Picture: Getty Images
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AN app has been launched for suspicious people wanting to find out whether their partner is cheating on them.

The Swipebuster App allows access to search through every person currently using Tinder.

All the user has to do is enter in their boyfriend or girlfriend’s first name, their age, and the location where they most likely used Tinder.

The site will then show all the Tinder users matching that description, allowing people to scroll through and see if their partner’s profile is on there.

Swipebuster will also people know when the person they were checking on was last active.

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The cost of finding out whether your partner is a cheat is £3.50 for three searches – which possibly allows the person to let their friends check on their own partners.

People can log on to Tinder for free to check through profiles, but this runs the risk of their partner seeing them also on the website.

The creator of Swipebuster told Vanity Fair that he didn’t create the site to put people off cheating.

He said he wanted to draw attention to how easy it is to find people’s information, adding: “There is too much data about people that people themselves don’t know is available.

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“Not only are people oversharing and putting out a lot of information about themselves, but companies are also not doing enough to let people know they’re doing it.”

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